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4Freedom – MAP’s Annual Fundraiser

November 12 @ 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm

4Freedom is MAP’s annual fundraiser, a gathering of hundreds of supporters, with a goal this year to raise $60,000 in support of this cause. The problem of human trafficking is massive. Over 20 million people are trapped in various forms of slavery throughout the world today, including our country and right here in local Michigan communities.  Since MAP’s inception in 2012, our prevention and education efforts have reverberated across Michigan in more ways than we could possibly imagine. We have seen significant results when people use what they have, their resources and talents, and unite with others to make an impact. Businesses, agencies, organizations, and individuals across Michigan are working together with MAP to educate, connect, inspire, and activate communities. When you support our efforts – you are helping MAP make a greater impact to prevent and end modern-day slavery.

Join us this day… 4Freedom

  • Men and women are invited to become a table host.  Learn more…
  • Help us enlist sponsors and gifts and donations for our silent auction.  Learn more…
  • Become a Sponsor!  Download the Sponsorship Form:  Sponsor Form
  • Attend this event!  Register Here

4Freedom Highlights…

Special Guest – Nicole Braddock Bromley

NICOLE is the Founder and Director of OneVOICE Enterprises, an organization that is bringing healing change into the lives of victims of sexual abuse. Her message has been heard by thousands of students on college campuses, in high schools, middle schools, and churches around the country. Her work has gained media attention, appearing in magazines, newspapers, television, and on radio broadcasts. She is author of Hush and Breathe. Learn more…

Our Emcee – Eli Zaret

ELI is an American sports broadcaster and journalist based in Detroit, Michigan. He is widely known for being involved in covering the Detroit Pistons of the National Basketball Association, for whom he served as a sideline reporter and about whom he kept a blog titled “Blue Collar Blueprint”. The blog was based on a book he wrote in 2004 about the Pistons’ rise to their third NBA championship. His career began in 1974 at WABX-FM in Detroit, where he was regarded as the “first FM sportscaster” in Detroit. Eli became the lead sports anchor for NBC affiliate WDIV-TV in the 1980s and briefly served a similar role at WABC-TV in New York, where he shared the weeknight sports reporting duties with Corey McPherrin.

End the Demand – Program Update and Future Plans and Efforts

End the Demand is a MAP initiative to combat human trafficking by reducing the demand that fuels it. Addressing pornography, intercepting online sex buying, educating prostitution offenders, promoting ethical shopping practices are some of the major efforts we and our partners are taking on to put an end to human trafficking and exploitation. Learn more about who is fueling the demand for exploitation and what can be done about it.

Details

Date:
November 12
Time:
2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
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Organizer

Kathy Maitland

Venue

San Marino Club
1685 E Big Beaver Rd
Troy, MI 48083 United States
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